Karen G. Giesen
As an adjunct professor in Educational Ministries and Leadership, Dr. Karen Giesen mentors and advises students who take classes in Houston. Dr. Giesen has served as Director of Christian Education for her inner city, multi-racial, economically diverse church. Her earlier positions include directing publicity and promotion for a large church music ministry and teaching children at a Christian summer camp. She has lectured on Strategic Planning for Ministry at the Logos Bible Conference in New Zealand. Her numerous published articles include a Kindred Spirit profile of J. Dwight Pentecost which received a national award from the Evangelical Press Association.
Karen G. Giesen’s Publication Articles
- “Chaplain Bill Bryan Retires After 30 Years of Service to the DTS Family.” DTS Magazine 2015.
- “Remembering Our Beloved Dr. P., Finally Home.” Kindred Spirit 2014.
- “Trust the Text..” Kindred Spirit 2006.
- “An Enduring Ministry: The Life and Times of J. Dwight Pentecost..” Kindred Spirit 2005.
- Review of “Storm.” Kindred Spirit 2001.
- “Prof, n..” Kindred Spirit 2000.
Karen G. Giesen’s Contributions
Eduardo’s Story: The Fire, the Gang, the Ministry
The flash of a raging apartment fire forged the physical and emotional marks of Eduardo Perez’s…
Ikki Soma: Leading a Multicultural Church Against the Odds
F irst-time visitors to City of Refuge Church in Houston, Texas, are often taken aback by its diversity.…
Chaplain Bill Bryan Retires After 30 Years of Service to the DTS Family
Our beloved Chaplain Bill Bryan is retiring in May 2015 after 30 years of faithful ministry…
A Prof Like No Other
When Howard G. Hendricks met his sixth-grade teacher, she said, "I've heard a lot about you.…
An Enduring Ministry: The Life and Times of J. Dwight Pentecost
A quick check of Seminary records confirms that J. Dwight Pentecost (ThM, 1941; ThD, 1956) could…
Prof, n.: The Story of Howard Hendricks
“Like Solomon, Churchill, Elvis, Madonna, and Hillary, Howard G. Hendricks has reached the status of being…
Trust the Text
Dan Wallace (ThM, 1979; PhD, 1995), Dallas Seminary professor and founder of the Center for the…